Community care programs are personalized health and support services to help the elderly and people with disabilities continue living at home comfortably and independently.

The services are aimed at older people and those who suffer from a mental illness learning disability and physical disability. The main aim of giving community care services is to permit people to stay in their homes and to keep as much independence as possible, avoiding social isolation.

It also helps older adults and disabled people to keep them connected socially to friends, interests, and their community. These services are considered to help people who won’t care and support to live with dignity and independence in the community and to avoid social relations.

These services are primarily normal non-medical related personal care services if your experience limitations in performing everyday activities. These services are instructed by your doctor when you want them and are offered by a personal or private caregiver.

Local authority social services provide community care services or arrange for them to be given. Care required can be tough to gauge and provision also includes matching customer expectations, finances available, and people willing to do the job.

By Haadi